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Greek Son of Zeus and Dia, the wife of Ixion; king of the Lapiths, a mythical people inhabiting the mountains of Thessaly; friend of the hero Theseus. Pirithoüs married Hippodameia. At the wedding feast, to which the Centaurs had been invited, a great fight broke out between the Lapiths and the Centaurs, wild creatures that were half man and half horse. The Lapiths and Theseus, who was among the guests, defeated the centaurs and drove them from their home on Mount Pelion. Theseus accompanied Pirithoüs to the Underworld (1), where the two attempted to steal away Persephone, the reluctant bride of Hades, god of the underworld. Hades trapped both Theseus and Pirithoüs in deep chairs from which they could not arise. Heracles rescued Theseus, but Pirithoüs was trapped in his chair for all eternity.


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